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Cheesy Beef-Corn Chip Skillet

Cheesy Beef-Corn Chip Skillet recipe
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This corn chip-topped skillet dish is perfect for those times when you're in the mood for a cheesy beef taco but nowhere near a concession stand.
time
prep:
35 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
3/25/2011
very easy very good meal. We love anything Mexican or Tacoish, so this get's an A+++! And I used BBQ corn chips in place of regular which made it extra special!
posted:
3/16/2011
This was so easy and quick to make. Just about everything was on hand. I did use shredded mexican cheese instead of velveeta. I did add black olives as a topping. Kids loved it but said it tasted like a walking taco without the bag. Will make again.
posted:
3/5/2011
3 of my kids are VERY picky eaters and they all LOVED it. that makes it a keeper for me!
posted:
3/5/2011
Super easy and sooooo good! My family loved it and I will be making it aging :)
posted:
3/3/2011
It was great. Very easy to serve, no taco shell mess. Everyone at the church fellowship loved the idea and thought it was great. Will definitely make again. I served the lettuce and tomato on the side so that everyone could add what they wanted.
posted:
3/2/2011
Tasted very salty. Might try making with crumbled taco shells next time.
posted:
3/1/2011
quick and easy. My husband went back for second. That means a winner in our home.
posted:
3/1/2011
I definitely will make this, it looks so yummy. My change will be instead of adding the chips onto the meat as a number of people said doing so made them tough, I will add them to the bottom of my bowl or plate, dish up the meat mixture with the melted cheese, then add the toppings. That's how we do Frito Chilli Pies. No hard chips
posted:
1/31/2011
Very fast! Took me 20 minutes from start to finish and we were eating!
posted:
1/22/2011
Used shredded cheddar cheese instead of velveeta
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